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    Underwater coaster Alton Towers

    Ha. I remember thinking "the queue is going to be awful if you have to change into a scuba outfit to ride it!"
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    Underwater coaster Alton Towers

    I found this which seems to back up your date suggestions: https://www.attractionsource.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10184 Edit: Found it! Sadly the video has been removed but there's a picture
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    Underwater coaster Alton Towers

    Ah makes sense. Did seem questionable even as a child 😂 Is there any footage online?
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    Underwater coaster Alton Towers

    When i was young i have a vague memory of Alton Towers being on a Saturday morning kids show, they were discussing a new ride and they had a model of a new rollercoaster that would sit in the lake in front of the Towers and would go underwater. Did i imagine this or was it ever something...
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    Gruffalo style rides?

    Great thanks, will look at these too!
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    Gruffalo style rides?

    Oh wow! I've not been there since i was a little kid, looks like a completely different place! That ride looks perfect! Thank you. Will check out that database too, looks extensive! Just had a look and amazingly the first thing i stumbled upon was this... which just happens to be at Skegness...
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    Gruffalo style rides?

    Can anyone recommend other similar rides to The Gruffalo at Chessington in Europe? Not necessarily water based (though that is good) but mostly in terms of being an indoor sensory style ride with heavy theming. I imagine Disneyland Paris might tick a few boxes (haven't been there for 25 years).
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